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“Lessons Must Be Learned”

“Business leaders say politicians must act ‘to deliver reform of EU’.”
“EU crisis talks after populist parties claim big victories.”
“The work of changing Europe must start now.”

Amazing. Rather than treat an argument on its merits, using reason, logic and experience, our “leaders” attribute a value to it based purely on the votes of the “swivel-eyed loons” of UKIP.

Yesterday, none of the dinosaur parties or business leaders thought the EU was worth bothering about – if it is a bloated, corrupt and destructive oganisation, well so what? Let the gravy train roll on; we can alway decamp there and become millionaires if the public reject us (see Kinnock, Mandelscum et al)

Suddenly, thanks to one man actually connecting with real people, it is now PC to demand “renegociation” and “changes” … which of course will ONLY happen if Germany agrees OR if France blows up, as it threatens to do, finally cracking under the weight of “socialist” lunacy.

Isn’t democracy wonderful?

And BY CHRIST how the dinosaur parties HATE it when the plebs actually USE democracy to force changes which are bleedin’-obviously essential and which should have been the preoccupation of our LEADERS. Aren’t leaders supposed to LEAD rather than FOLLOW?

UKIP even got a seat in Scotland! So we managed to put out of joint the noses not only of the dinosaurs in England (I include Clegg, even though he is more analagous to an toad) but also that of Mr Salmond. And UKIP won votes across the whole width and length of the UK, except Londonistan of course.

As I may have said before, I really detest the use of the word “populist”. It is unbelievably smug and elitist, but of course that is no more than one would expct not only from the dinosaurs but also many media commentators, including professional journalists wwo should know better. MILLIONS OF PEOPLE are fed up with teh dismissive arrogance of the major parties, and it showed in the vote for the European Parliament. Yet these millions are sneeringly dismissed by the political elite as “populist” voters.

If 56% of the people vote “No” to a PC project such as foxhunting, is THAT “populist”? Or is a vote only “populist” when it is AGAINST a PC project of the dinosaur unintelligentsia establishment? THESE are the questions of language and logic that kids should study in school so as not to be duped by the cynical bastards trying to manipulate people’s minds.

What an execrable campaign the dinosaurs led! I TOLD you Michael, didn’t I? Now EVEN MANY LABOURING PARTY SUPPORTERS apparently AGREE with me.  “Milliband led a very unprofessional campaign.” Not only unprofessional, but childish, shallow, insubstantial pathetic and ridiculous. Eric didn’t agree of course, which was in fact a great comfort to me. I would start wondering if I had lost my reason should Eric ever agree with me.

I hope Helmer wins in Newark to keep the momentum going. The establishment scum will no doubt continue to try to drag the debate down to “racism”, so let’s hope the smelly, brainless and populist mob have finally seen through this Goebbelsesque ploy. Will Brown and his shoddy bunch of misfit remnants in the HOC FINALLY agree that Mrs Duffy is NOT a bigot? Just someone fed up with seeing her town invaded and colonized by foreigners WITHOUT HER CONSENT.

What’s going on in Tower Hamletstan? Not exactly very “British” is it. “Neo-British” perhaps. As Norman Tebbit said today:

“I do not share the suprise of many that London seemed to have resisted a big swing to Farage. No doubt Boris was a factor in that, but even more it just underlines that London is hardly a British, let alone English city. A day’s shopping, a ride on the Underground, a visit to a hospital or a school will emphasise that.”

Your starter for 10. In saying the above, is Norman:

A) xenophobic
B) racist
C) merely stating the bleedin’ obvious

(You may select more than one letter. Of course, stating the bleedin’ obvious may be (depending on the subject) considered by the leftist, PC unintelligentsia brigade as “racist” and “xenophobic” ANYWAY (which reminds us somewhat of the Stalinist show trials of the 1930s), so on that basis you can choose all three answers ….)

To put it another way, stating the bleedin’ obvious is very often in itself not PC. For example, claiming that anyone sending their kid hungry to school because of some weird religious dogma is not fit to be a parent – or even human (certainly no animal would behave in such a lunatic manner) – is certainly not PC, yet it remains TRUE.

FOOTNOTE: (from a blogger – sometimes the smelly mob comes up with home truths – AND BY GOD NO WONDER THE ESTABLISHMENT HATE THEM FOR IT!

“…. we learn that those leaving the EU parliament – or rather being kicked out by the people are to receive a golden goodbye amounting to £39,000 – and of course will receive a generous pension for their time as a rubber stamp for the unelected elite. The only way the EU survives is by bribery on a massive scale, with generous pay perks and pensions, with 10,000 officials taking home more than our PM is paid (£142,000),on which they pay only 13.4% tax.
        

FOOTNOTE TWO: Another blogger … but brilliant:

“All we get from the EU is waste, corruption, lies and destruction of nations. Finance, trade and economics are just a side issue to the EU; its only objective is to create a United States of Europe and to these extremists the end justifies the means. We are wise to these lies now, we know what the EU is all about, destroying 28 nations with no democratic mandate and creating a totalitarian superstate.

  • They say we will lose three million jobs if we exit, a lie condemned by the author of the Report this figure was taken from as propaganda worthy of Goebbels.

  • They say all car manufacturers will leave but omit to say that 70% of UK car production is for UK and non EU consumption and fail to mention the extent to which the German car industry relies on the UK market.

  • They bang on about the single market but never tell us that there is zero single market in services , 70% of the EU economy.

  • They talk about the importance of trade with the EU but never tell us that uk/eu trade is declining, that EU growth is anaemic and a decreasing part of the global economy and we have a huge balance of payments deficit with the EU but a surplus with the rest of the world.

  • They talk about the single market but never tell us EU agricultural protectionism costs us £12 billion a year.

  • They say how we benefit from open borders but fail to mention the costs in jobs, housing, state services to the UK as a dumping ground for millions of EU economic refugees, 200,000 Roma here already, 200,000 Bulgarians and Romanians, never refused work permits.

  • Then of course they never mention the budget contributions, the tax laws where we cannot tax multinationals in the country they earn income, the loss of our judicial independence to the ECHR which the EU will accede to, the desire of the EU to control national MSM, the gross corruption in the EU, the theft of national sovereignty, the loss of our fishing grounds, the imposition of laws which cost us tens of billions a year.

Britain is better off out.”

You’re right. Your views WERE only yesterday a combination of: little-Englander ramblings, swivel-eyed. racist, xenophobic and downright irritating. Today they are suddenly almost PC, sensible, clear, logical and truthful

WHAT A DIFFERENCE A DAY MAKES!

 
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Posted by on May 27, 2014 in Britain, Politics

 

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Farage and the Romanians

Once again the lying hypocrisy of Clegg and his peers surges to the limelight, with their holier-than-thou remarks about Farage and his comments about Rumanians. Let’s look at the facts:

  • Romanians are over-represented in crime as a proportion of their numbers both of the general population and of immigrants.

  • Middle-class, relatively well-off Rumanians are not the ones who mostly come to Britain. The attraction here is higher benefits and a better chance of finding work than in their own Communist-destroyed country (the furher “left” a regime is the more destruction of course it wreaks on a country mad or unfortunate enough to adopt it)

  • Some of the crime associated with Romanians and others from the area is very nasty, including people and drug-trafficking. The 200,000 Roma now in Britain tend to content themselves with pickpocketing and nicking money at cash- dispensers.

All this is FACT, and as Farage says, does NOT mean that all Romanians are criminals, only that unknown ones are significantly more likely to be criminals than, for example, middle-class white families. One might wish this were not true, buit it IS, and unfortunately the truth is beyond the capacity of Clegg et al to comprehend. The plebs must not be told the truth or be allowed to spread it.

On that basis, WHOEVER had a FREE CHOICE about which neighbours they would prefer would on balance not opt for immigrant Rumanians. Clegg and his lying scum peers are NO DIFFERENT. They of course have NO FEAR of a large immigrant Rumanian family moving in next to them and can pontificate to their hearts’ content about how morally superior they are.

As for that, it will only be a few years before the establishment elite start living in walled, gated and patrolled enclaves to keep out the riff-raff. This is INEVITABLE given the speed with which the wealth-gap is increasing. The mob is not going to put up with this for ever, It has ALWAYS been like this throughout history. NO SOCIETY with obscene differences of wealth has in the end ever avoided either revolution or fascism and dictatorship, or indeed the one followed by the other.

What Farage said here is TRUE. Once a society refuses to accept the truth – however unpalatable – it is finished:

In a statement, the Ukip leader said:

”The unfortunate reality is that we are in a political union with a post-Communist country that has become highly susceptible to organised crime. ‘Where there are differential crime rates between nationalities, it is perfectly legitimate to point this out and to discuss it in the public sphere, and I shall continue to do so. ‘Police figures are quite clear that there is a high level of criminality within the Romanian community in Britain. This is not to say for a moment that all or even most Romanian people living in the UK are criminals. ‘But it is to say that any normal and fair-minded person would have a perfect right to be concerned if a group of Romanian people suddenly moved in next door. ‘So far as I can see most of those media commentators objecting to this statement are people living in million pound houses for whom the prospect of such a turn of events is not a real one.”

As for Cameron, he is now pontificating about he and his party being the only ones who can “reform” the EU. Once again, he is LYING. There is NO CHANCE that he will be able to achieve significant reform to satisfy we who do not wish our country to be subsumed into a grotesque European federation and ultimately Empire. NO CHANCE AT ALL. The Germans has just SAID SO:

Germany tells Cameron he WON’T be able to renegotiate Britain’s EU relationship

“A leading German politician has warned David Cameron he will be unable to renegotiate Britain’s relationship with the European Union and accused the Prime Minister of a “desperate attempt to appease Ukip” in pledging to do so.”

Still, it’s not all bad news. The Labour Party are finally having to admit that I was right and that Minibruder was a disastrous choice as “leader”. He is now reduced to trying to save his skin by issusing a series of “pledges”, which I expect to come thicker and faster as the election approaches. This is in the well-trodden Labour tradition of :

“Vote for me and you will gets loads of goodies the country can’t afford and which will end up bankrupting us once again but not before we have enjoyed a few more years in power.”

We deserve better than this crap.

 
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Posted by on May 19, 2014 in Britain, Politics

 

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The Quasi-Fascist EU

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The EU has many supporters. Some will forever be inspired – as I once was – by a dream of European peace and collaboration. Others may simply be ignorant, and not a few are hopelessly bribed by the vast personal benefits that accrue to EU employees.

However, there is a fundamental reason why I find it impossible to support the EU, and it is the total disconnect between the following two things

A) The EU has admitted that its aim is to create a European superstate;

“Transforming the European Union into a single State with one army, one constitution and one foreign policy is the critical challenge of the age, German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer said yesterday.” (1998)

… and the euro was a KEY part of this plan even though they KNEW it would fail. Indeed, they hoped it would fail so as to further their project:

  1.  “I am sure the euro will oblige us to introduce a new set of economic policy instruments. It is politically impossible to propose that now. But some day there will be a crisis and new instruments will be created.” Romano Prodi, president of the European Commission – 2001

  2. ‘“The single currency is the greatest abandonment of sovereignty since the foundation of the European Community… It is a decision of an essentially political character… We need this united Europe… We must never forget that the euro is an instrument for this project.” Felipe, Gonzalez, Spanish PM – 1998

Let’s be clear about this. The architects KNEW the euro would run into trouble and believed it would accelerate the federalisation of Europe into a superstate. The appalling unemployment of young people in particular is the price that the euro’s architects were willing to pay to see the achievement of their goal: not that they THEMSELVES would suffer any of the consequences of course.

Having established this fact, we turn to the second part:

B) NOT ONE SINGLE EUROPEAN CITIZEN OF THE 403 MILLION OF VOTING AGE OR SO HAS EVER VOTED TO CREATE A EUROPEAN SUPERSTATE.

NOT ONE EUROPEAN VOTER HAS BEEN ASKED FOR THE CONSENT TO THIS – NOT A SINGLE ONE.

On the contrary, when individual nations have had a chance to express their opinion in a referendum, many have clearly REJECTED this project as shown below:

Country Year Percentages Subject
Rejection Turnout
Norway 1972 53.5 79.1 EC membership
Denmark 1992 50.7 82.9 Maastricht Treaty
Norway 1994 52.5 88.8 EU membership
Denmark 2000 53.2 87.6 Introduction euro
Ireland 2001 53.9 34.8 Nice Treaty
Sweden 2003 56.1 81.2 Introduction euro
France 2005 54.7 69.3 Constitutional Treaty
Netherlands 2005 61.5 62.8 Constitutional Treaty
Ireland 2008 53.4 53.1 Lisbon Treaty

However, in EACH CASE, the people either had to vote AGAIN (Ireland in 2008, for example) OR their national parliaments IGNORED the people’s votes (France 2005).

In the UK, people were PROMISED a referendum but never GIVEN one, presumably on the basis of: “We know best and your opinion doesn’t count.” As for the UK, the population collectively has only EVER voted for a “Common Market”, and that was in 1975 when we voted to stay IN after entering in 1973.

I find this absolutely STAGGERING. One of the key aspects of fascism is the foisting on a people of a political system they have not asked or voted for, and in this respect the EU is quasi-fascist. The staggeringly ironic aspect of this is that the EU regards ANYONE who does not agree with its insane project as anything from misguided through irresponsible to neo-Nazi.

And top EU officials consider the plebs TOO STUPID to be allowed a vote. Here is a headline from “The Daily Mail”:

Britons ‘too ignorant’ for EU referendum: Viviane Reding, Vice-president of European Commission, says debate on Europe is so distorted that people could not make an ‘informed decision’. Speaking in London, she said British people must know ‘the facts’ on EU and boasted about how 70 per cent of UK’s laws are now made in Brussels.”

At the same time, the EU assigns to itself the title of “Saviour of Europe”, a title confirmed by the quite surreally-ludicrous award of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2012. The role of NATO in first liberating Europe from its own fascism and then deterring the USSR from attack until it collapsed got no mention at all.

One thing above all puzzles me. The creation of a United States of Europe means the abandonment of national sovereignty. This is a fundamental constitutional step that NO PEOPLES have voted for – EVER. I am astonished that, for example, the French would EVER consider the abandonment of their French state. Yet the political elite is silent on the matter. Very strange.

Will the French even get a VOTE on this? On past performance, not a snowball’s hope in Hades.

For the above reasons, I cannot possibly support ANYTHING the EU does, since it is a quasi-fascist organisation. This is of course apart from the waste, arrogance, venality, bureaucracy and all the rest, which is well documented elsewhere.

(See http://www.nemo-insula.net/public/EU/default.htm)

The sooner the UK quits this cancerous organisation, the better.

 
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Posted by on March 1, 2014 in Britain, European Union, Politics

 

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Poor Ukraine

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“Who said the EU is useless? It’s helping freedom fighters in the Ukraine.”

Christine Odone in “The Daily Telegraph”.

Unfortunately, there is a big problem with what is going on in the Ukraine. The present leader – whom Ms Odone refers to as “increasingly despotic” – was democratically elected, and a mob (which no doubt contains many good people as well as a far right fascist element) is trying to depose him because he took a decision they didn’t like.

Now most of us think he’s a Russian poodle and on the wrong side of history, but I don’t know what Ms Odone and/or the EU expect him to do exactly. The fact remains that he is in the right to resist attempts to depose him. I say this as someone who despises Putin’s Mafiosi Russia, but the facts are the facts.

The Ukrainian situation is not in a MILLION YEARS comparable to Syria, where the free-world has shown itself to be gutless and moronic in turning a blind eye to a fascist gangster thug of zero legitimacy. There is not even any real similarity with Egypt, where the people rose up in their millions when Morsi started an obvious Islamization of the country, in effect a coup against the democracy that elected him, since Islam is basically incompatible with democracy. (see Iran). All the Ukrainian President has done is to refuse to sign a deal with the EU.

 The whole thing is a shambles, but unfortunately Putin is right in saying that the EU should not stick its nose in, even though of course he does himself. The worst-case scenario is if the EU interferes so much that it gives Putin an excuse to roll some tanks in …. he has said that the break-up of the USSR was the greatest tragedy in his lifetime, and most Russians regard Ukraine as part of their domain. At the moment, the EU is playing an extremely dangerous game: one which could lead to the total LOSS of the Ukraine, not its liberation by the EU.

As for the EU, it is despicable. Its bleating about “supporting democracy” is hilarious. Where was the democracy in ousting the democratically-elected PM of Greece for the heresy of suggesting a referendum on the catastrophic euro for his long-suffering people? Where was the EU democracy in forcing Ireland to revote after rejecting the Lisbon Treaty? The French had a referendum, too, and ALSO rejected it, but the French parliament ignored them. You must be having a laugh, Ms Odone.

The EU is despicable, and you’ll have to do a lot better to convince most of those who think otherwise. The EU is NOT democratic, and I don’t mean just in the limited powers of the European Parliament. The Commission already behaves as if it runs a European Empire, and has blatantly ridden roughshod over democracy to achieve its aims, which are TOTALLY UNMANDATED.

 
 

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EU Lunatic At Large

There is panic in the corridors of Brussels tonight as the search goes on for an EU apparatchik apparently gone insane. Specialists believe that this individual – frustrated at having nothing of any use whatsoever to do – especially of course anything that could conceivably create any wealth for Europe – has publicized what can only be described as “a cunning plan” as detailed below:

“Bankruptcy should be renamed ‘debt adjustment’, recommends Riccardo Ribera d’Alcala, the EU’s Directorate General for International Policies, who said that use of the word bankruptcy was too potent and made it difficult for people to rebuild their financial reputation.”

Indeed, heaven forbid that anyone should be stigmatized. Shame on us for having stigmatized Hitler in an earlier age. Was his upbringing taken into account? Were his human rights considered?

But this hapless individual – forever to be known hereafter as Mr Debt Adjustment – cannot take all the blame, for euphemismitis is rampant in the EU, partly one suspects to confuse the plebs. Thus it is that we have:

QE = Quantitative Easing, which in Realspeak means of course:

“more borrowing and/or printing of money designed to solve the problem of too much borrowing and printing of money; a cunning plan which has the great benefit of raising inflation to inflate away the debt and coincidentally (but who cares?) stuff the plebs out of their increasingly-worthless savings (Idiots! Everyone knows that saving is for mugs!)”

or indeed my particular favourite:

OFT = Outright Financial Transaction.

Again, one feels obliged to translate this into Realspeak, whereupon we get:

“an ordinary financial transaction (or to be more precise bung of “money” handily printed, borrowed and/or imagined by the ECB) which has been got at by the EU Marketing Department so as to sound more final, decisive and posh.”

Another favourite is:

an SPV = a special purpose vehicle, or in other words:

“EITHER a con designed to pour billions more euros down the euro black hole without the plebs realising it OR Barroso’s new limo specially designed to be resistant to tomato-throwing plebs”.

In any case, all of these brilliant EU inventions come into the well-worn category of “You could not make it up.”

And prompt the question: “When will we see an end to this criminal lunacy?”

Perhaps Mr Debt Adjustment could be put in charge of a new department: Realspeak Production. Then he could no doubt come up with some handy ideas such as:

death = permanent elsewhereness
creative accounting = theft
EU accounts = theft
remunatory readjustment = vast and totally unmerited payrise

The potential is endless.

More examples of “Eurospeak” are here –
much more useful than Esperanto of course.

 
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Posted by on February 16, 2014 in European Union, Humour, Politics

 

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The EU’s Crime Against the Peoples of Europe

Germany must accept higher inflation or large parts of the eurozone could be sucked into a deflationary spiral, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has warned.

This appeared in an article in the DT today, and my reaction in the blog there was as shown below:

YOU CAN GO TO HELL, YOU FFING OVERPAID OECD MORONS.

I live in Germany and why the HELL should I have to accept higher sodding inflation to get Europe’s moronic leadership out of a fix with its fraudulent euro?

And YES, it was a GIGANTIC FRAUD.

hhttp://www.nemo-insula.net/public/EU/cases/eurocon.htm

“History tells you that monetary unions that survive are those that eventually evolve into poltical unions, otherwise they break up.”

That is EXACTLY what the founders of the euro KNEW, and they launched the euro DELIBERATELY knowing it would fail and that this would then push Germany into this decision. It was an utterly shamful act of Machiavellian and totally undemocratic fraud – indeed, a CRIME against the people of Europe, who had NO SAY in the matter, and when they DID say “NO”, had the decision taken away from them.

This is ALL designed to force European nations into a giant superstate, for which NOT ONE SINGLE CITIZEN OF EUROPE HAS VOTED – NOT ONE. I find this absolutely staggering, and it is the reason why I refer to the EU as “quasi-fascist”, since one of the key elements of fascism is an arrogant elite with too much power deciding what is good for “their”citizens and putting it into place without any kind of popular mandate.

Where this will all end, nobody knows, but it is shameful, and equally shameful is the attitude OF the shameful, who label ANYONE protesting about this as “populist” or “far right”, or in Cameron’s case “swivel-eyed loons”. Actually, Mr Cameron, it is we “swivel-eyed loons” who are doing our best to save Europe from your stupendous arrogance.

 
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Posted by on February 16, 2014 in Core Thought, European Union, Politics

 

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The Beginning of the End?

Can anyone explain how Mankind is going to reduce CO2 levels in the atmosphere (now above 4 parts per million), without which GW will be catastrophic, with an average rise of 6̊C or even more in the worst-case scenario?

Pollticians blather on about renewables, but even as I write, many countries are planning to extract shale oil; Iraq and Iran are racking up oil production; nuclear is being phased out in Germany and elsewhere, while coal burning increases – last year China was opening one new coal-fired power station PER WEK – not sure if this extreaordinary rate has slowed, but India is also vastly increasing emissions….

No economy can stay solvent without growth, but growth is currently impossible without even more emissions.

My conclusion is that it is almost impossible to imagine how bad this could get, economically, socially and in terms of natural disasters.

And in the short-term (which is of most interest to politicians), European industry is going to be decimated. Gas prices in the US are now around three times lower than in Europe. How the hell can high-energy European firms stay competitive? Even German industry is looking down the barrel of a gun.

This is from “The Daily Telegraph”:

“Last week, I spoke to Fatih Birol, chief economist at the International Energy Authority (IEA), who is often described as the world’s leading forecaster in this field. He has been telling anyone in Europe willing to listen that the continent faces a major crisis of competitiveness because of high energy prices. “This year is critical,” he told me. “I don’t see many such junctures in the economic history of Europe in which energy could play such a critical role for the long-term prosperity of the European people.”

The problems are these. Europe’s high subsidies for renewables to meet climate change targets, coupled with the switch to gas, which is expensive to import, are damaging energy-intensive manufacturers, who between them employ some 30 million people. Nuclear power has either been blocked, as in Germany, or delayed, as in the UK, and the take-up of shale has been painfully slow. In America, by contrast, the shale revolution has seen energy prices tumble, making industry more profitable and putting extra money into the pockets of consumers – so far, $1,300 a year for every American, expected to rise to $4,000 by 2015.

The head of one of Europe’s biggest energy companies told a conference I attended recently that the EU’s energy policy was a “total mess”. He added: “Not only are we unable to attract investment to create new jobs, but we risk losing them as well.”

My advice? Plant potatoes, prepare sandbags, get a gun – and pray.

 

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